Jul 15, 2011, 10:30 AM EST
“That was pretty bad. That was as bad as I’ve seen him. Still, you feel he has a chance to pull it together but not tonight.”
It’s not like the Cubs have a better option. And it’s not like this means that Marmol is toast either. You’ll recall back on May 31st he had a similar meltdown against the Astros. After that he went 16-straight appearances without giving up more than a single run, with most of them goose-eggs. He’s dominant. Everyone goes a little mad sometimes.
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